Jacksonville, FL; Lil Poppa is back with another record that will blow you away. After linking up with Bigga Rankin and DJ Scream for his “Life After Desi” mixtape, this young man did not skip a beat. He has continuously been writing, recording, performing, and dropping more projects. This time around he linked up with producer StupidCash Zay to bring us “Situations”, a track that starts off with melodic guitar strings, followed by a low … Continue reading →
Producer Kyler and engineer by Rob ‘Saint’ Calloway add the slap to Louisville, Kentucky artist theori. and his reefer laced “Packs” single The song is featured on theori.’s “The Original” mixtape that dropped last October. Roll one up and light it before tapping the play button below.
Maryland rising rapper/singer Ayo Potter unleashes the lead single from his debut album, “Sister Mafia”, the intoxicating “Freak A Leak” Potter revealed that the new tune is a re-creation of Petey Pablo’s old school single that was produced by Lil Jon. Ayo reworks the single into a provocative, R&B laced hit. Check it out now on Soundcloud.
Human Bean steps into the booth fresh off the scale for the Lasik Beats produced, “Holy Dope” What started out as a hobby for the DMV located artist has now lead him to pursue music at a more serious level. The self-proclaimed 9-5er has his mnd set on stacking up a few bags with his forthcoming EP, “Bean Talk”. Roll up a litle “Holy Dope” below.
“Dead Roses” is an ambient heartbreak based soundtrack with dark, smooth vocals. Listen to the riveting, whyBOCK production on Soundcloud Kid Kaze is a Hip Hop and R&B fused artist located in Orange County, California. His wavy and melodic style is starting to turn heads and he plans on releasing an EP titled “Kazerati” in the beginning of March. In the meantime, check out his latest release from the EP entitled “Dead Roses”, an anthem … Continue reading →
“Red Limousine” is the first leak from Cali based rapper Frits God upcoming EP entitled, “Dying To Get Home” Within the realms of Inglewood, California comes twenty year old Frits God. He started making music in his freshmen year of high school. He states, “I saw a light to reach out to people on an emotional level by performing his music at house parties.” Frits (short for Fritzjerald) “the mighty spearholder’s son” has been featured … Continue reading →
Slopes’ latest release, “Give You Up”, is a dark and bouncy track that offers a catchy hook as well as an almost drug-induced bridge, produced by Taylor King Slopes is a self-taught musician and producer from Brooklyn, New York. With a melancholy yet upbeat sound and influences ranging from Tame Impala to Lil Uzi Vert, Slopes incorporates a blend of elements from rap, trap, R&B and Rock into his music. With a similar aesthetic to … Continue reading →
“On My Mind” Is a new song from rapper/producer Marz that has a chill vibe with up tempo melody. It expresses the feeling of not having anyone’s support when you’re down and out The Chattanooga, Tennessee based talent has been making music since thirteen. 2015 was the year, he started making a name for himself by posting his productions on YouTube. He has landed placements with established artists such as Rittz – “Into The Sky”, … Continue reading →
Checking in from the Mississippi region is Lancing Ruel with an ode to the women of Louisiana on the illustriously produced Snack Beats, “Louisiana’d” The twenty year old Ruel calls the Diamondhead section of Mississippi home but finds his yearning for Louisiana women the topic of discussion on his latest single, “Louisiana’d”. Snack Beats provides the soundtrack here that walks the line of the Drake and Lil Wayne collab, “Believe Me”. The two know how … Continue reading →
“S.I.R” Was an idea Yung Scott came up with after his girlfriend experienced a type of bullying. It had a huge impact on her and them as a whole Scott has also been bullied a lot of his life so he made a song to sort of tell a little bit how it happened and about the “Shit I Recommend”. In the hook, Yung is saying to keep all the bad thoughts away because they … Continue reading →